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Putting down roots

The third interim report by the CSJ Housing Commission, chaired by Lord Best, turns its attention to

Super, smashing, great

The 2019 Spring Statement provided little in the way of answers. We had new OBR forecasts, with

Helping hand?

Universal Credit is one of the most significant reforms of the welfare system in the UK for

Low pay in Greater Manchester

In this report, commissioned by Greater Manchester Combined Authority as part of Greater Manchester’s Independent Prosperity Review,

Spring forward or fall back?

Ahead of Budgets and Spring Statements, speculation usually revolves around what the forecast will say and what

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By Joe Shalam

The third interim report by the CSJ Housing Commission, chaired by Lord Best, turns its attention to the private rented…

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By Various authors

The 2019 Spring Statement provided little in the way of answers. We had new OBR forecasts, with yet another fiscal…

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By Ryan Shorthouse; Sam Lampier; Anvar Sarygulov

Universal Credit is one of the most significant reforms of the welfare system in the UK for decades. Initially, it…

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By Conor D'Arcy; Laura Gardiner; Fahmida Rahman

In this report, commissioned by Greater Manchester Combined Authority as part of Greater Manchester’s Independent Prosperity Review, Resolution Foundation provides…

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By Matthew Whittaker

Ahead of Budgets and Spring Statements, speculation usually revolves around what the forecast will say and what the Chancellor will…

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By Claudia Martinez; Josh Pritchard

This report provides a critical examination of how personal budgets have been used to deliver public services in the UK.…

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By Carla Ayrton; Josh Holden; Peter Kenway; Adam Tinson

This is a report about Birmingham and the Black Country – the local authority areas of Dudley, Sandwell, Walsall and…

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By Scott Corfe

This study explores the role that co-living could play in increasing homeownership for first-time-buyers in the United Kingdom – particularly…

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By Nikita Malik

At least 156 children have been subject to care proceedings over concerns of extremism risks, according to a new study…

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